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WATER, WHICH ALWAYS FLOWS

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WATER, WHICH ALWAYS FLOWS


 


Several brothers and sisters were received by the Master. The internal work of the disciple was mentioned.


 


Pray on and on! When consciousness is awake, it is time for praying then. We will thank three times a day for the Good, which God has implemented in our minds, hearts and souls.


 


When you get up in the morning, concentrate for three minutes, think of God and you will think that you are amongst the Angels. After the prayer, make an experiment in silence what waves will come. Sometimes only a voice may come, which is not so well defined, and sometimes the voice becomes well defined.


 


One brother asked: "When these experiments may be done?"


 


They may be done always, no matter when - in the day-time and at nights. Man shall not miss the chance - no matter where it is, he shall make such experiments.


 


One sister asked: 'You have told in one lecture that the Holy Books shall be studied in a new way. Tell us some directions for the way in which we shall study the Holy Books."


 


Here is the way: think of God, for the Divine order, which is perfect. Man shall not be in static state. Changes shall happen in him, i.e. he shall not be like stagnant water, but like water, which always flows.


 


One brother asked:"Which is the method of emanation?"


 


The method is concentration. Man will naturally go out and go in in his body then. Concentration shall be done in a natural way. When man goes out of his physical body, it shall be like a rest for him.


 


I will give you an exercise: open the Bible for ten days and read the pages, on which you have opened it by chance. Put your finger randomly, although it will not have a relation between the verses. And if a thought concerning these verses comes to you, mark it. After that take for meditation the verse: "How much better and of more value is a man than a sheep." Grasp the form and contents simultaneously. Meditate on that verse for nine days and on the tenth one you will come.


 


Take for meditation the First General Epistle of Peter, chapter 4, the tenth verse: "according as each hath received a gift, ministering it among yourselves, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God." Take also for reading and meditation the First Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Corinthians. Meditate in the mornings and in the evenings before going to bed.


 


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